Phoenix GO Bond Tele-Town Hall with Phoenix Mayor, Kate Gallego

Posted on 09/27/23

Join AARP Arizona and Phoenix Mayor, Kate Gallego, for an important conversation about the 2023 Phoenix General Obligation (GO) Bond, a $500 million initiative to bolster essential infrastructure projects and city services, enhance residents’ quality of life, and keep pace with the needs of a rapidly growing population. Phoenix voters will decide whether to adopt the bond package during a citywide election on November 7, 2023.

On Phoenix ballots, four bond questions would establish the authorization to sell bonds to:

Question 1: Enhance community safety through fire, police, roadway, and pedestrian infrastructure

Question 2: Improve quality of life in Phoenix neighborhoods

Question 3: Create an efficient, modern Phoenix to live and work

Question 4: Enhance, preserve, and increase the supply of affordable housing and senior centers

On October 10 at 10:10 a.m., AARP Arizona and Phoenix Mayor, Kate Gallego, will discuss the initiative on the AARP Arizona Facebook page. Join us live for a chance to get your questions about Phoenix GO Bond answered!

If you have any questions about the event, please contact AARP Arizona at

To learn more about Phoenix GO Bond, please visit our GO Bond website at

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